Pies, cakes, and desserts galore fill the holiday season. We’re all about enjoying treats, but we do love making traditional dishes more Clean-friendly, like these mini apple pies. You can satisfy your sweet tooth without feeling weighed down like some processed desserts might leave you feeling. Plus, this dessert is in bite-sized tarts, so it’s easier to enjoy dessert anytime of day!Continue reading “Mini apple pies are the perfect individual desserts”
Carrots are the perfect vegetable to use in dessert because of their naturally sweet flavor. Not only do they help sweeten these carrot cake muffins, but they also contribute to their light, fluffy, and moist texture. Plus, they’re perfect for getting more vegetables into your pickiest eaters.Continue reading “Get your veggies in delicious carrot cake muffins”
These chocolate cupcakes are the perfect recipe for when you need a little bit of cake. They’re perfectly moist, decadent, and full of rich, chocolate flavor. They can be made with or without eggs, with or without ghee, or with or without gluten for whatever you have on hand (or what your dietary preferences allow).Continue reading “Chocolate cupcakes (with a flexible recipe!)”
Breakfast can be one of the more challenging meals to prepare for since it seems to be the time of day that is most hectic. This gingerbread chia seed pudding is filled with holiday flavors and is the perfect make-ahead option so you can simply grab-and-go on your way to work or as a snack.Continue reading “Gingerbread chia pudding for a fiber-filled snack”
While we love fruit or chocolate baked goods, there’s something about a dessert loaded with vegetables that makes us feel extra good. We’ve amped up the healthy ingredients in our version of a classic sweet potato pie. Not only is this dessert cleanse-friendly, but we’ve packaged it up in mini-pie form so you’ll get the perfect portion every time!Continue reading “A sweet potato pie just right for the holidays”
Hummus has become a staple on nearly every happy hour menu in America. It presents us with a protein-packed alternative to dips and condiments that could aggravate food sensitivities and allergies. This pumpkin hummus is a fantastic snack and spread both on and off the 21-Day Program.
Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurveda for over 3,000 years to boost immunity, improve energy, and increase mental focus. A great way to get your daily dose of this stress-busting herb is to add it to a snack, like these ashwagandha fat bombs with dark chocolate drizzle.Continue reading “Ashwagandha fat bombs with dark chocolate drizzle”
Nothing goes better with summer weather than cold, creamy ice cream. While ice cream may be a summertime norm, the main ingredient of this recipe might be something you haven’t tried! The mild flavor of avocado is complimented by the cacao and coconut milk. You’re left with a rich, chocolate, creamy avocado ice cream treat that you’d never guess was plant-based.Continue reading “Feel-good avocado ice cream is a luscious treat”
These cranberry-ginger muffins are the perfect treat for the holidays. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, and have zero processed sugar, making them totally cleanse-friendly as well! You’ll love the subtle sweetness, spicy ginger, and tart cranberries combined into one perfect breakfast or dessert.
Kale is without a doubt one of the most popular superfoods available. Kale is much denser than other leafy greens, making it hard for some to digest in its raw form. While sauteeing is the most common form of cooking kale, we absolutely love turning ours into crispy, flavorful chips. Kale’s texture makes it perfect for creating crunchy chips that don’t fall apart. You’ll find yourself reaching for this cheesy, perfectly spiced version again and again.